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New Fans Toys Not Shockwave Colored Images Show Robot Mode Close Up

By Jack on Friday, December 28, 2012



Fans Toys have released a yet another new image for their NOT Shockwave project. This image gives us a new close-up look a action figure in robot mode. Check out the details on this guy that is being offered in the Masterpiece scale. This figure is slated for release February 2013 $150 USD. Check out the image below for more details on the new release.

Stay tuned to Tformers.com for more details as they are made available. Your best resource for all the Transformers news and community every day.



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AnimatedPlastic
2012-12-30
12:24 am

I have faith that it will most likely be great...but you know what they say about assuming..... 
Hellscream85
2012-12-30
12:02 am

Still, some alt. mode pics would be nice, I'm still afraid a third party will pull a fast one on us eventually and charge us $150 for what is essentially a large actionmaster. Then again I think the Revoltech enthusiasts wouldn't care too much about that, lol 
MikePrime
2012-12-29
9:51 pm

This is pretty much the G1 toy, it's not trying to be anything else, so I'm sure the alt-mode will look great. 
AnimatedPlastic
2012-12-29
9:48 pm

What's a Laster hand?  
BlackMagnus
2012-12-29
3:33 pm

Released a yet another? And I don't see a source posted? 
Lord_Onslaught
2012-12-28
6:36 pm

Already see two problems with him, the hole right above his laster hand, and his foot, hopefully they will fix those 
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